I will admit this plane doesn't fly well, but it does fly. It makes a great toy to have kids play with and pretend they are flying. If you made this...
Step 3: Find Your Paper
I had some water damaged books in my room (left by another teacher) that were getting moldy, some had lost their jackets. I hate throwing out books, even old books, so I thought a while and decided to use them in art projects. The book I found had pictures of airplanes in it and it was about play, so I figured making a paper airplane toy out of it was fitting.
I started by using the nose cone pattern and cutting it out. The large dashes are where the pattern should lay on a fold of the paper, so you have to identical pieces hooked together.
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